It’s been a while since I participated in the 100 Word Challenge from Julia’s place. I was inspired by my friend Josh’s short story. Read that HERE.
If you want to stretch your writing muscles or are considering working on a large piece of fiction, I’d start here (click on the logo). Confining your words is one of the best ways to develop your language. Limiting your words means you have to pick the right words, or at least the best words you can manage.
This is titled, The Dragon Rider. Enjoy.
Alden Nash touched the Emerald. There was a flash, and he vanished.
Dr. Bulgakov looked around. He heard a faint squeak and saw his friend, a half inch tall now, screaming up at him.
“I’m sorry my friend. I can’t understand you.” Dr. Bulgakov replied knowing it was some form of eloquent profanity.
“… said… dragon…rider.” Alden screamed, throwing his fedora down and jumping on it.
“I didn’t. The runes did.” Dr. Bugakov put his on glasses and read the stone tablet again.
“Oh, no.” He looked down. “It says dragon fly rider.”
“Yes, well, I’m sorry Alden.”
Hope you enjoyed it.